It's been more than two years since one of the worst tornado outbreaks in
history uprooted hundreds of thousands of trees. Kentucky
Now a group is working to replant trees, along with hope, into the lives of tornado victims.
On March 2, 2012, 19 tornadoes ripped through
, killing 22 people and devastating
To help the landscape recover, the Kentucky Division of Forestry and the Arbor Day Foundation created the Kentucky Community Tree Recovery Campaign.
They are distributing 25,000 trees to people living in
Campbell, Menifee, Wolfe, Laurel
and . Johnson County
Not only are homeowners choosing the seedlings they want, they are also getting planting and care materials.
Five more counties will get 25,000 more trees next year.